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  • While joining together various pieces to discover a bigger picture of all the 28 Arabic letters, your child develops concentration and coordination skills. Your child will also learn about the sequence in which the Arabic Alphabet comes and words starting from these letters in English and Arabic. Children can play search and find game as well, while joining together the pieces and learn a lot of new Arabic words. 20 extra-thick cardboard pieces to piece together to explore about the space Beautiful and child friendly artwork Easy-Clean surface keeps puzzle looking new Promotes hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills 28 by 44 cm in rectangular shape after assembled Learn More
  • Arabic Memory Game is an easy, fun and fast paced game for two or more players. It a great way to learn Arabic alphabet and pictures while developing concentration, matching, object and alphabet recognition skills. All you have to do is to find as many matching tiles as you can. Once all the beautifully illustrated tiles are matched up, the player with the most tiles wins! Learn More
  • A wonderful illustrated card making set for hours of creative fun. Make a special card for Eid, or to say Jazahkhallakhayr or a congratulation for completing the Quran! The word stickers say: "Eid Mubarak", "Mubrook", "Jazahkhallakhayr" and "Mubarak" 18 Cards 18 Envelopes 180 Stickers All in a decorative box Learn More
  • Children will love this fold out poster depicting the inside of a Masjid, which they can colour and display. 

     

    Size when open is 56cm x 44cm

    Fold out poster

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Creative Fun

    Builds on:

    Creative Development

    Motor Skills

    Ages 5 - 14 years

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  • A beautiful fold out poster based on Islamic gardens throughout the Muslim world,

    which children will love to colour and display.

    A great way to get them to be creative.

    Size when open is 56cm x 44cm

    Fold out poster

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Creative Fun

    Builds on:

    Creative Development

    Motor Skills

    Ages 5 - 14 years

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  • Help your child learn the Arabic Numbers in a fun and visual way.

    Look at the numbers, colour the picture and practice writing the number.

    Includes translation and transliteration of letter and associated word.

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Early Learning Fun!

    Builds on:

    Handwriting Skills

    Number recognition

    Ages 3+

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  • Help your child learn the Arabic Alphabet in a fun and visual way.

    Look at the letter, colour the picture and practice writing the letter.

    Includes translation and transliteration of letter and associated word.

    Early Learning Fun!

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Builds on:

    Handwriting Skills

    Letter Recognition

    Ages 3+

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  • Arabic Matching Game is an easy, fun and fast paced game for two or more players. It a great way to learn Arabic alphabet and pictures while developing concentration, matching, object and alphabet recognition skills. All you have to do is to find as many matching tiles as you can. Once all the beautifully illustrated tiles are matched up, the player with the most tiles wins! Learn More
  • My First Arabic Game Goodword Learn More
  • Help Children to Learn the Essence of Surah Al-Fatihah A set of 38 beautifully crafted flash cards to help children understand and memorise the true essence of Surah Al-Fatihah. * Vocabulary learning is made fun and exciting by picture-word association. * Exercise cards stimulate imagination and reinforce the concepts behind every ayah for practical and linguistic understanding. * Instruction booklet suggests multiple different games to engage children for hours. A must have resource for every family! Learn More

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